An every day commute gone very weird. This is an animated music video for the song “Commute” from the album “Show me the blueprints” by Seymour’s fat lady. Available to download at seymoursfatlady.bandcamp.com alternatively visit the website seymoursfatlady.co.uk
There are three kinds of love that we will all experience in some form throughout our lives; self-actualization and the pursuit of passion, romantic love, and family love. Each of these has their inherent struggles, but as part of human nature we still seek it out regardless of the challenges[…]
An old man travels high and low to deliver a mixtape to someone.
Carloman is a two-person music project in which Dominic Matar and Elliot Thompson, based in New York/Los Angeles, summon the forgotten souls of times past in order to tell their trivial stories to a modern audience with little-to-no attention span. The music video for Carloman’s new single “Fool” is directed[…]
Venture into The Crazy World of Arthur Brown’s Formless Depths of Zim Zam Zim. You may find the unknown before you.
Experience creation. Glacial Wave depicts the creation of humankind in a way that is separate from religious belief. The Creator is all things living, and from his blood, life flourishes. He visits earth, as a cold barren place where emptiness prevails. He breathes new life into everything and beauty emerges.[…]
Crossed-wires, missed signals, miscommunications and disappointments. A shitty birthday, a butter cream cake and a dime-store cowboy seven seconds short of an eight second ride. Self-conceptions or self-deceptions. What goes on when the house lights go down? Is it pity, mercy, peace or just blind groping? And these two—the other[…]
Drake drops a new… short film? That’s right, Drake releases his new short film ‘Please Forgive Me’. Here’s the thrilling trailer, but you can watch the full film exclusively on Apple Music. Following his hit album Views, Drake decided to work on a short film inspired by the tracks on[…]
A widower and his anthropomorphized heart cook up a scheme to bring their departed wife back to life.
Music video for Toronto indie three piece Jiants. Paralyze soundtracks the ephemera of summer love, as a girl and a boy take respite from the hot city nights by hopping new pools and hanging at old haunts until a late night run-in triggers an irreparable decision that crashes their summer[…]